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Title Detroit-Area Feminists Oral Histories 2003

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 Reuther Library Audiovisual  UOH001852    LIB USE ONLY
Description 1 Linear Feet (1 SB)
217.5 Megabytes (17 files).
Transcripts are arranged alphabetically by interviewee last name. Digital files are arranged by interview number, which corresponds to the alphabetical arrangement of the paper transcripts.
Note Material entirely in English.
Summary In 2003 Sarah Arvey interviewed 17 Detroit-area second-wave feminists, under the auspices of the Michigan arm of the Veteran Feminists of America, a nonprofit organization chronicling the modern women's movement. Collection consists of transcripts of these 17 interviews. The women interviewed talk about their lives, careers, families, what influenced them to become feminists, and their feminist activism. Included are observations on their solidarity with and intersections of their work with the labor and civil rights movements.
Note Processing Information: Processed by Walter P. Reuther Library. Finding aid created by Rebecca Bizonet on January 28, 2016.
Access Collection is open for research.
Note Refer to the Walter P. Reuther Library Rules for Use of Archival Materials. RESTRICTIONS: Due to the personal nature of oral history, the Library prohibits use of the material in any way that infringes on individual right to privacy, or results in libelous statements or slander, in accordance with U.S. law. Contact interviewees to obtain permission to publish or quote from interviews.
Transcripts were digitized and are available as PDF files.
Cite As: "Detroit-Area Feminists Oral Histories, [Interviewee Name] Interview, Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University"
Note In 2003 Sarah Arvey interviewed 17 Detroit-area second-wave feminists, under the auspices of the Michigan arm of the Veteran Feminists of America, a nonprofit organization chronicling the modern women's movement.
Summary Collection consists of transcripts of 17 interviews with Detroit-area second-wave feminists. The women interviewed talk about their lives, careers, families, what influenced them to become feminists, and their feminist activism. Included are observations on their solidarity with and intersections of their work with the labor and civil rights movements. Interviews were conducted with the following individuals: Harriet Alpern, Gerry Barrons, Patricia Burnett, Marcia Cron, Margot Duley, Marcia Federbush, Algea Harrison, Elizabeth Homer, Joan Israel, Millie Jeffrey, Jean King, Diana Leventer, Marj Levin, Allyn Ravitz, Jacqueline Steingold, Mary Jo Walsh, and Jackie Washington.
Subject Detroit (Mich.)
Women
Feminism
Second-wave feminism -- Michigan -- Detroit
Genre Oral histories
Added Author Arvey, Sarah Interviewer.
Added Title Walter P. Reuther Library Oral History Collection
OCLC # 941792012
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